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From "Tahir Akhtar" <ta...@spectrum-tech.com>
Subject RE: Why Log implementation is Serialized?
Date Wed, 03 May 2006 10:37:08 GMT
Hi Mehta,

I hope you have done a thorough comparison of commons logging wrapper versus
directly using a logging api like log4j, jdk1.4 logging etc. Recently there
was a discussion on this list on merits/demerits of using commons logging
which is essentially a wrapper instead of using a logging api directly. 

I think the summary of discussion was that it is better to use commons
logging if you are writing an api/component that will be used across several
projects. This way your api/component will be able to use the logging system
of the project without any change. But in standalone projects there is
little to be gained by using commons logging and you are limited to lowest
common denominator of all the api's plus exposed to possible problems in
deployment/configuration.


Search the archive for the complete discussion.

Regards
Tahir Akhtar

-----Original Message-----
From: Meera Mehta [mailto:mehtameera@yahoo.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 3:05 PM
To: commons-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Why Log implementation is Serialized?

Hi,

I am new to commons logging, we are using commons
logging in our next project.

I want to know why Log implementations(Wrappers say
Log4JLogger,Jdk14Logger) implements Serializable????

please let me kow.

thanks in advance
cheers!!!!

Meera


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